Poker hands are same in all types of the online poker or live games – a Royal flush is forever Ace-King-Queen-Jack and 10, whichever poker variation you play. But, their rank might change depending on the game. Pay specific attention to the order of the Flush and Full house. Read on the rank of combinations below for each type of poker game.
It is a hand having an Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 10 of the same suit.
It is five cards of the same suit in consecutive ranking.
Four of a Kind
It is a hand having four cards of the same rank plus any other card.
For instance: Four sevens
It is a hand having three cards of the same value (Three of a kind) plus a pair. The Three of a kind card values will decide the rank of the Full house (i.e., three eights will rank higher than three fives).
For instance: Full house Ace-to-Six
It is a combination of five cards of the same suit, not consecutive in value.
For instance: Jack flush
It is a hand of five cards in consecutive ranking, which might or might not include an Ace, without regard to suit. The Ace can count up as a high or low card.
For instance: Straight to the Ace
Three of a Kind
It is a Three of a kind hand is having three cards of the same rank, without regard to the value and suit of the two other cards.
For instance: Three of a kind – Nines Up
It is two cards of the same rank, autonomous of the value and suit of the fifth card: the rank of the hand is conditional on the higher of the two pairs in value.
For instance: Two pairs – Queen high
It is the two cards of the same rank, plus three cards which cannot make a higher ranked combo.
For instance: A pair of Kings
It is the highest ranking card.
For instance: King high
If two poker online players have the same combinations, the winner is the hand with the highest of the cards not in the combination. A tie happens when more than one player has the same value of high card not in the combo.